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I did Cross Country and track in high school. Then blew out my left knee in Army BCT. Can't run now ,but try to walk at least 4 miles a day. Have found it helps relax me and also lets me catch up on listening to podcasts.I ran cross country in high school, but my knees went bad in college so I can’t really run distance anymore. I can do low-impact things like bike and elliptical machines, but that’s it.
There is 2 or more VHS based documentaries being worked on right now. Plus a small resurgence of VHS releases.Hey, thanks for the link--sounds like my kinda project! Great to know there's a whole subculture of VHS classicists like me out there, though I fall into the camp that believes there's value in the medium itself, above and beyond the fact that it's the only way to see certain obscure film gems that never had a digital release. I'm especially interested in the idea of the VHS tape as palimpsest, a composite historical document made up of multiple video texts layered one atop the other with each new recording. I'm geeking out just thinking about it!